In April 2018, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the Kawakibi Democracy Transition Center co-organized a workshop of the Carnegie Civic Research Network in Tunis, Tunisia.
Recent uprisings in countries across the world suggest that there is much that other protesters can learn to pressure regimes for reforms.
Continued U.S. engagement in Syria is necessary to prevent a resurgence of extremism.
France’s En Marche began as a grassroots movement and has evolved under Emmanuel Macron’s strong leadership. Its sustainability will depend on reconciling these contrasting styles.
The United States has fallen behind in women’s political representation, but some European practices may offer a solution.
To increase women’s representation in politics, the United States should learn from European experience with electoral systems, candidate recruitment, campaign finance, and workplace culture.
The United States has fallen behind most established democracies in women’s representation in politics.
With John Bolton as national security adviser, U.S. foreign policy is likely to become more aggressive, confrontational, and volatile.
Smart implementation is the key to effective international development assistance. Yet the development field has long been pulled between two conflicting imperatives on implementation.
Africa’s regional institutions must be founded on shared values and identities, but this requires that member states leave their historical notions of sovereignty behind.